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sentence of life in prison in the death of 7-year-old maria rid ridulph. patti ann browne from the new york city newsroom. >> reporter: jack mccullough was 17 when the 7-year-old girl disappeared and later found dead. mccullough is 73 years old and he was just convicted in her death this year. prosecutors say back in 1957 the teenage mccullough approached maria and other girl. when the other girl left, dragging maria into an alley choked her with a wire and stabbed her in the throat and chess. he dumped her body in a wooded area 100 miles away. she was found four months later. the case was unsolved for decades. mccullough's half-sister told police that her mother incriminated mccullough before her death. he was arrested tried and convicted. he claims he has an alibi at the time of maria's death. he claims he was traveling to chicago for a medical exam before joining the air force. his half-sister says he is evil and should pend spend the rest of his life behind bars. he faces a maximum life in prison. mccullough did not testify during the trial but will have a chance to speak in court. jon:
stage. we turn to a guy who knows a thing or two about your red steve brown. >> yes, some days are better than others. we are at this brewery in chicago. so many in the city are saying array for beer. chicago. >> we try to drink a lot of beer. the beer drinker is becoming more educated and diverse. reporter: there is a lot more of a craft brewing boom. >> people in the midwest are grounded in that way. reporter: tony mcgee is the founder and ceo of a brewing company, is transferring this into a large remaking operation. >> this will serve people all the way from denver to key west. reporter: another new brewery, dry hop, also plans the same thing. >> it has absolutely been exploding. boater so much so, getting a complete count is tough. we have identified 46 craft breweries open or planning to open by next year, and that is just now. >> i've expected to double in chicago. possibly triple. reporter: part of the brewing culture is north america's oldest brewing school. 144 years old. it outlived both the great chicago fire and television, which was repealed 79 years ago. today. j
him. what about scott brown running to replace, well, secretary kerry if he is confirmed? >> that would be one of the white house's calculations. do they want to take that risk of an open seat. if scott brown ran, he would have a very good shot winning again. that might be part of their calculation. on the other hand, they still have a five-seat majority. they would still have a four-seat majority even if they lost that seat. jon: interesting, paul. thank you. >> thank you. jon: you can catch paul tomorrow as always, 2:00 p.m. eastern time during the "journal editorial report" right here on fox news channel. jenna: and, jon, we have brand new developments in the school shooting out of connecticut. a live look at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut, 60 miles from new york city. according to an unnamed official talking to the associated press the shooter is dead. at least one teacher wounded. and apparently the students when this happened, the shooting, were sent out into the parking lot. we showed you that one picture, one group of the students being led o
that is so interesting about it, scott brown, who of course won the special election to replace teddy kennedy when he died and was just defeated by elizabeth warren during the regular election in november would be one of the favorites. run special election for the other seat, not the kennedy seat but the kerry seat. apparently the white house did some due diligence, talked to massachusetts democrats and was told there were a number of democrats, it wouldn't be a walk over for brown he probably goes into it as a favorite. i saw a poll yesterday against a generic unnamed democrat he had a fairly sizable lead but, you know, the democrats do have a firm control of the senate, even if they were to lose that one seat they would still maintain control and it doesn't, doesn't jeopardize because they weren't close to having a filibuster-proof majority. they think they're competitive in massachusetts and if they lose it is not the end of the world. john kerry were the logical choice. susan rice and he were the only two names mentioned. after the benghazi scandal and controversy too great and rice had t
of questions. steve brown has more in chicago with this. we heard a little bit of the 911 call before the break. how do those final moments play out at arrowhead stadium earlier on saturday morning? reporter: yes, let's put that into context. kasandra perkins was shot numerous times and fatally wounded by the father of their child. that is jovan belcher, who drove to arrowhead stadium, essentially to talk to two people. that would be head coach and general manager. neither of those two gentlemen have commented on how those final seconds played out. but police officer that was watching did watch those fateful seconds unfold. >> we have two coaches and one other employee here. [inaudible] reporter: in terms of a motive for the shooting, reportedly there was a moment country and argument about kasandra perkins's labor turn from a concert. jenna: in the meantime, what happens with the 3-month-old daughter, little zoey? reporter: in the meantime, family from austin, texas, are helping take care of her. his teammates also decided to set up a fund for zoey. >> we just want her to understand at one poi
. republicans act like it's charlie brown and the football essentially saying okay we come forward with the tax revenue and we ask you about spending cuts you are like lucy and you pull the football away and we fall on our backs. bottom line the key member of the house republican leadership team doesn't sound very confident. >> my crystal ball is a little fuzzy but i fear i may hang the stocking on the chimney with care next to my colleagues. leading republicans are saying what president obama has presented wouldn't have enough to pass the democratic controlled united states senate, never mind the house of representatives. obviously everybody is worried about the lack of time, jenna. jenna: absolutely. we see a wire from reuters news service now saying again, we heard this before, mike, that speaker boehner is charging that the president is not serious about cutting spending to get the fiscal cliff deal done. as we take a look, live look, what will be his news conference, we do see a chart, mike. that can always get a little scary. what is the chart for and what are they going to explain? tell
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